Tag: Crime

Senator Mia Costello  GUEST COMMENTARY: Why Senate Bill 91 needs to be repealed

Alaska needs to repeal Senate Bill 91. I say this as a former supporter of the bill. I even co-sponsored it. I fully believed in the bill. I don’t believe in it anymore. Senate Bill 91 has failed — and ever since its passage I have watched my neighbors and fellow Alaskans suffer as crime …

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“Update: W. 29th Ave shooting now homicide investigation; partial road closure continues” from Anchorage Police Department : Nixle

Source: “Update: W. 29th Ave shooting now homicide investigation; partial road closure continues” from Anchorage Police Department : Nixle

“Parking lot armed robbery suspect search; victim hit in head with gun” from Anchorage Police Department : Nixle

Source: “Parking lot armed robbery suspect search; victim hit in head with gun” from Anchorage Police Department : Nixle

“Jamal Townsend and Lammar Burney convicted for the murder of Precious Alex” from Anchorage Police Department : Nixle

On 10/6/17, an Anchorage jury convicted Lammar Burney and Jamal Townsend of first degree murder in connection with the shooting of 15 year old Precious Alex in Mountain View in 2014. Burney, 32, and Townsend, 28, were also convicted of second degree assault for injuring a second person during the shooting and of second degree …

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Painting an Oasis in prison | Alaska Public Media

Is this for all prisoners no matter how atrocious, monstrous their crime(s)? A similar project is being tested for inmates in segregation at the Anchorage Correctional Complex, but it includes a large screen TV showing nature videos in a room painted green.Spring Creek Inmates have painted murals in other parts of the prison as well, …

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What Do I Know?: Stretching Credulity – Anchorage Police Need 40 Hours To Provide Data To Reporter

data, open government, Travis Khachatoorian Source: What Do I Know?: Stretching Credulity – Anchorage Police Need 40 Hours To Provide Data To Reporter

907 Updates August 25, 2016

Heather Shade and Sean Copeland Distill It Down Presented by First National Bank Alaska MAKING IT: Building Southeast Alaska’s first distillery SPONSORED: One couple navigated uncharted straits to infuse whiskey and other spirits with Alaska flavors and history.   No harm, no foul? Alex DeMarban: SEC targets North Slope Borough over false statements during bond …

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Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper: May Karma find him in Prison

Where are the Black Lives Matter Supporters? I hope he gets exactly, and repeatedly, without any drugs what he did to his victims. Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper gets 18 years for drugging, raping approximately 16 women Sharper or his friend Brandon Licciardi, a former sheriff’s deputy in neighboring St. Bernard Parish, put anti-anxiety drugs or …

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Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates: End Private Prisons

Justice Department Announces It Will Begin Phasing Out Private Prisons In the United States   Justice Department Memo announcing announcing the end of its use of private prisons Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates instructed officials in a memo Thursday to either decline to renew the contracts for private prison operators when they expire or “substantially …

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Baseball bats and Axe handles August 15, 2016

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